The Sunflower, v.81, no.27 (October 25, 1976)
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The Sunflower, v.81 no. 27. Wichita, Kansas, October 25, 1976. - 8 pages.
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Article(s): Ford leads in student poll: Interest in campaigns high at Wichita State, 85 per cent of students registered to vote / Mary Angelle Smith and Anne Stansbury -- Price slice ends sandwich beef / W. E. Turner -- Clinton Hall leaks plugged: Roof repairs needed for weather-proofing, third time since construction six years ago -- Mikro criticism misdirected / Ric Lee -- Tenured bad-apples infest academic barrel with rot / Marvin Rau -- Meat and potatoes / Patrick Jennings -- Images: The Sunflower literary section: Poet fondles midwest / Barbara Bihlmaier; Treasure hunters / Kelly Johnston; sleepless night / Barry Kell; Rain rhythms / Sister Madeleine Kisner -- Library connection draws rare book collection here -- Scholarship: SDX honors Besser -- Terdell outpaces sporadic Shocks / Ric Lee -- Basketball team wanes up for encore performance / Steve Pike -- Rowing team makes a big splash / Mike Heckman -- Cross country team crashes Okies
Photograph(s): Disc spin: A frisbee fan spins a disc on his fingertips demonstrating his skills in the freestyle com petition of the 1st Annual Milton Besser Memorial Frisbee Tournament Saturday. / photo by Gary Sharer. p. 1 -- Percolating prices: High prices in the Cellar have given students grounds for initiating a sandwich strike. An investigation revealed an error made in posting the prices. / photo by Gary Sharer. p. 1 -- Sticky work: Workmen exchange a few words while repair work proceeds on the roof of Clinton Hail. These efforts mark the third time since 1970 that leaks have forced roofing work. / photo by Tom Matzen. p. 2 -- Rhyme and reason: William Kloefkorn discusses the poetic imagery of carnivals, cow chips and haystacks with students participating in a poetry reading in the Life Sciences Building. The Mid-western poet shared his written and spoken thoughts with members of the English Graduate Student Association last Thursday. / photo by Marsha Phelps. p. 5 -- [Robert] Vosper. p. 6 -- [Robert] Elmore. p. 7